The woodwork in this Prospect Lefferts Gardens brownstone at 207 Lincoln Road is some of the nicest we’ve ever clapped eyes on, and there is no shortage of other ornate detail.
It’s now asking $2.245 million, a reduction of $150,000 from the original ask of $2.395 million.
The landmarked, three-story house is a single-family with five bedrooms. The original details include mantels, a pier mirror, a decorative screen in the entry, and a staircase with impressive Queen Anne-style thick barley-twist spindles. The original passthroughs with their marble sinks have survived and appear to be in excellent condition.
The two bathrooms are newly renovated; one has a steam shower and marble sink, and the other has a claw foot tub and a skylight.
The large, eat-in kitchen features a wet bar, custom benches, and floor-to-ceiling windowed doors. There’s also a dedicated laundry room in the home.
In addition, the house has a back garden, room for an office on the parlor level, and a balcony that extends from the rear of the house. All the windows are new and double paned.
Listed by Pablo Cuevas and Eugenio Stangher of Douglas Elliman, the brownstone is located three blocks from Prospect Park and two blocks from the 2 and 5 trains at the Sterling Street subway stop.
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